Mandurah Shopping centres join fight to save Toddler

Harrison Williams faces a big battle.
Harrison Williams faces a big battle.

EARLIER this year, the lives of Mandurah⿿s Williams family were turned upside down when 22-month-old Harrison was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma.

Harrison has a massive tumour that comes from his adrenal gland and wraps around his kidney, among other organs.

He has just completed stage four of chemotherapy and is due to have an operation soon to remove as much of the tumour as possible.

Harrison’s father Andy has butcher shops at Mandurah Forum and Halls Head Central, and Federation Centres are getting behind fundraising for Harrison.

Mandurah Forum has nominated its June Money Spinner to the cause and kicked it off with a $1000 donation.

Loose change can be donated to the Money Spinner outside Coles and Woolworths at Mandurah Forum and outside Coles at Halls Head Central.

Each month the proceeds are donated to a cause.

Andy Williams’s brother Paul has also established a Go Fund Me site at http://www.

It also features on the Facebook and websites of the two shopping centres.